I’m about to embark on a week’s peregrinations.
On Monday, March 26, I’m giving a science talk at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee (it’s on my fly research), and I’ll give a similar talk at Emory University in Atlanta on Friday, March 30. Of more potential interest to readers is a general talk on the evidence for evolution and why people don’t accept it, which I’ll deliver at Emory’s Harland Cinema on March 28 at 4 p.m. That one will deal a bit with religion, and I hope there’s a vigorous Q&A afterwards.
Finally, Richard Dawkins and Sean Faircloth will be speaking in metropolitan Atlanta on Tuesday evening, March 27 (information here, though the event is already sold out), and I’ll be introducing Richard, whose talk (“Darwin’s Five Bridges”) will be about evolution.
As usual, I’ve asked Greg Mayer and Matthew Cobb to fill in, and I’ll try to post as often as possible. But expect somewhat quiescence.